POLL: Is America’s school system adequately covering the history of 9/11?

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In an interview on Fox and Friends Tuesday morning, concern was expressed that America’s school system is not adequately teaching children the details of the September 11 terror attack.

Upon further research, more concern was found as teachers discussed the importance on Twitter of teaching students what 9/11 meant. One teacher wrote, “One of my students from last year came up to me and said happy 911. Please explain to the next generation what this day actually means.”

A Texas teacher said, “For the first time in my teaching career I’m teaching kids who weren’t born on 9/11. Today is a day we can’t let people forget. Our kids need to be educated on what today means for our county. As an educator and police officer I vow to #NeverForget.”

Another teacher also vowed not to let his students forget, writing, “My students will be hearing about the 343 and all the other heroes of 9/11 tomorrow in school and every year. My students were born in 2003/2004… they need to know what happened that day. And, 911 reps of exercise will be how several of us in D155 start our day in remembrance.”

PLEASE TAKE OUR POLL BELOW – WE WANT YOUR OPINION. Is America’s school system adequately covering the history of 9/11? Are we doing enough to education the next generation of the significance of this deadly terror attack against America?


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  1. RudeDude September 11th, 2018 at 8:30 pm

    OBAMA administration water down anything that had to do with the Muslim Radical terrorist epidemic. Their model was do not make the Muslims feel uncomfortable, and still happening with the DEM’s/ liberals pushing the same agenda. Bullshit!! 😎🇺🇸🇺🇸


  2. Jennifer R September 12th, 2018 at 2:06 pm

    September 11, 1777 is never really talked about in schools at all. Glossed over completely. Very sad. The defeat of General Washington at the Battle of Brandywine deserves to be remembered.


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